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Arthur Williams

Arthur Williams

Arthur Williams has established himself as one of the most exciting new broadcast talents working on TV, whose programmes have won universal praise.

Originally identified by Channel 4, Arthur Williams received rave reviews for his presentation of Channel 4‘s London Paralympic Games 2012 as well as being named by Bafta as a ‘Break Through Brit’ and nominated for a Grierson award for ‘best documentary presenter’ for Channel 4’s The Plane That Saved Britain.

Arthur Williams is an excellent and highly regarded inspirational speaker and corporate presenter and has worked with BA, Embraer Air and at both the Paris and Singaporean Air Shows.

Contact – Great British Speakers today to book Paralympian and aviation expert Arthur Williams for your next corporate event or call +44 1753 439289.

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Testimonials

“Having worked alongside Arthur throughout the summer flying display season, whilst he was providing his services to the Blades aerobatic display team. I was incredibly impressed, not only by his professional manner, but also in the way he embraced the events and particularly the people involved in it”

Rolls Royce

“Arthur’s passion for aviation and easy-going, yet knowledgeable presentation style has helped us to showcase our E2 product and connect to audiences across the globe”

Embraer Commercial Aviation

 

 

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